Photo of the Day | The Monumental God

Head Sculpture India Airport

Subject: The Sun God – Surya
Sculptor: Satish Gupta
Location: Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, India

Photo of the Day | Man on the Phone

Man on the Phone Xavier Veilhan Lyon

Subject: Homme au Téléphone
Sculptor: Xavier Veilhan
Location: Cité Internationale de Lyon, France

Photo of the Day | Casa Batllo

Casa Batllo

Subject: Casa Batllo.
Location: Barcelona, Spain

Art Project: Miró

Joan Miro

A friend’s Art Project as inspired by Spanish Artist Joan Miro. View the art project’s gallery on Instagram.

live to the point of tears

Live to the point of tears.

Camus, Author, Journalist, Existentialist Philosopher

This was hand sketched in pencil by Jay Valentine and it perplexed us a bit when we saw it the first time, yet it also reminded us again to continue to create and appreciate life’s precious treats and pleasures: literature, art, food, fitness, friends and family.

“Live to the point of tears”, for us is living this colourful panorama of life ‘fully’, from end to end. Different realms of emotions and situations do move us humans to burst into tears: pain, frustration, suffering, sadness, loss, illness, misfortune; and so as joy, elation, happiness, gratefulness, love, victory, et cetera. Hence, in whatever situation that we are experiencing, we must usher to establish the balance (both internal and external elements) in this life that we create and live.

It opened up not just our eyes, but also our mind and heart to what the meaning of life really is to us–to live it fully; to be good and do good to ourselves, to others, and to the surroundings.

And while we strive in fortitude to embrace, absorb, process, and learn the Universe’s natural design (sometimes bittersweetly), here’s hoping that one day, when we do trace on our life backwards, we can aspire to only see one that was well lived.

Thanks Jay Valentine for sharing this with us before your submission. We can’t wait for the digitised version.

POST UPDATE: The black and white version of this typography was considered in the Typism Book 2. Jay Valentine had two other works published in Typism Book 1. Here’s the coloured version below and more of his amazing works here: